Monday, December 8, 2008

Yesterday, Skye and I met with the other women in our family to attend the "Victorian Christmas" event in Puyallup, WA. I thought it was fascinating how one vendor decorated green witches hats (full sized) to top her trees. :D

Pictured above is the three lovely princesses (my niece and two grand-nieces) who traveled with our holiday caravan.


Arawn Graalord said...

It's grand, when you show your children what you had to put up with, but great when you show your nieces and nephews what your siblings had to suffer.

My Santa Claus Day didn't come off as planned, but wound up following spirit, and was good enough.

I don't know what's to come, of the Niger Delta Children, but it might be the hollow chisel, by which to spread Civilization into Africa. Essentially, second rate vooduns are converted to Seventh Day Adventists, and condemning children in Jesus's name, rather than M'Gumbi's. How do we turn a second rate Voodun into a first rate Voodun, in the poor sort of neighborhood? Those kids need to learn how to make Activated Charcoal, and also to forgive and remember their parents, villages, preachers and environment. I've a brother marrying, shortly, and had better get the formula for Activated Charcoal into his hands. He'd been in Kenya, for the Peace Corp, but the Niger Delta seems a nice warm place for a Honeymoon.

Did you know, the word Fame, originally mean Entourage? It's related to a Greek root Fa, meaning a mouth, as in a mouth to feed, and to speak for you. Family is not a racist term, fundamentally, but Birth Community provides a natural paradigm. I don't know if I'm spelling it right, but OEcoscaluire would be a work of Family, from the family of a Person, which is a spirit-animal team, to the similar family of God-Reality, with Economics and Ecology gradiating between.

Arawn Graalord

SunTiger said...

I did NOT know the origin for the word entourrage . . .(thank you for enlightening me)

Tish said...

The little princess on the far left looks just like you! At least according to web photos...

I think we'll try a witch's hat as its own little Yule tree!

SunTiger said...

Awesome idea (about the Yule tree/hat thing). I hope you post a photo featuring it.


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